A Celebration of Life for Mr. Trentin Ayers, 50 of Huntsville, Alabama will be noon Friday, August 31, 2018 at St. Peter Missionary Baptist Church with the Reverend George Allen Jr. officiating and inhumation to follow in Decatur City Cemetery. Public viewing will only be one hour prior to the funeral at the church. Professional services entrusted to Reynolds Funeral Home.
Trentin Lamar Ayers, a.k.a “Slow Boogie” was born April 7, 1968 to the late Carolyn Ann Ayers and Joe Louis Boulden in Morgan County, AL. He was called to his eternal home on August 27, 2018 at Huntsville Hospital.
He accepted Christ as his personal savior at an early age and was baptized at Newcomb Street Church of Christ in Decatur, AL. After high school he attended Job Corp in Gadsden, AL. He returned to Decatur and was employed with a local moving company until he was injured and became disabled. Trentin is known for his personality. Caring, funny and sincere are just a few words to describe his character. His laughter was infectious and the nature of his spirit made every encounter special. He was a comedian at the drop of a dime and a genuine friend and loved one to all. He touched the lives of many here on earth and now he is doing the same in Heaven. His laughter and joyful spirit will be deeply missed.
Trentin was preceded in death by his parents; grandparents, Calvin King Ayers, Freddie Mae Jordan Ayers Garrett and Thomas Garrett, Sr.; two aunts, Daphne Sheffey and Mary Davis, three uncles, Mose Chester Ayers Calvin Ayers and Earl Grundy.
He leaves to cherish his memory: a sister, Tammie Owens (Timothy) and her mother Julia Ann Boulden of Decatur, AL; a nephew, Ira Owens of Decatur, AL; four aunts, Brenda Ayers-Allen, Bernice Ayers, Hermena Ayers of Decatur, AL and Wilma Sue Wadle (Josh) of Madison, AL; one uncle Roderick Ayers (Carolyn) of Decatur, AL; three special cousins who were like brothers, Michael Balentine (Sherika), Terrence Allen (Cheerisa), and Jeffery Ayers; a host of other cousins, family and friends.